I looked at Joseph's website and thought it was very nicely done. I like how he took advantage of the benefits of making an online project, such as attaching documents and downloads. My only suggestion would be to create different tabs or pages for each section so there isn't one really long page with a lot of text. That makes it harder to read and remain interested in the topic.
I looked at Yonatan's and Elaine's websites. I really liked the pictures that Yonatan used in his websites. They seemed very professional and say a lot about his interests in photography. I found his pages to be easy to navigate and well constructed. My only suggestion is that he make his comic easier to read, maybe by making it one long page instead of multiple ones.
I also found it easy to navigate through Elaine's websites. I liked that she used a slideshow on her homepage with pictures of herself since it gave me insight into her personality outside of her writing. One of my favorite pages is her Autoethnography 2 page since it is themed so well towards her topic of social media addiction. For her first autoethnography page, I thought the theme did not really reflect her topic too well. It also had a lot of unnecessary space at the top and required too much scrolling.
I visited Chris Loth's website. He did a good job creating the site's structure and its content. His site is very easy to navigate. The only thing I would encourage Chris to change about his site is his home page. Personally, I like color, so adding some color to his home page would make his home page more aesthetically pleasing to me. Honestly, just an opinion though.
I viewed Sydney and Adam's pages.
I thought that Sydney's projects were interesting because they were very person to her. Her layout was very easy and clean. Also each project had a very distinctive themes which gave them very different feels. I espeically liked the theme of her "Picky Eaters" autoethnography.
Adam's page was impressively sleek. His homepage was really cool because it had a very nice introduction to the site and also had a cool slideshow. I also liked how for the links to each of his projects, he gave a short description on what each project was. I also liked how all of his projects included his person experiences.
This was a spring 2015 forum. We mostly used our Facebook group for discussion forum.